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May 31, 2010 | 5:09 PM EDT
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Age of War 2 is a mix between a defense game and a strategy game. The goal is to destroy the enemy base while defending yours. You can build turrets to defend your base and units to attack the enemy's.

The twist of the game is that you can evolve as well as unlock new units and defense means. The more you evolve, the more you will become powerful.

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TubbTubb

Rated 3 / 5 stars

meehh...

Although it was an ok game i was really dissapointed. The first game is better and this looks almost like a more childish version of the first one. So the game itself was ok but the first one is better


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diskincludeddiskincluded

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Way too easy.

It's a good game an' all, but it's just not that challenging. The money upgrade doesn't seem to do anything, either.



G0saintsG0saints

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Meh

it's okay but nothing special it's pretty much a wierder looking version of the first one and why are the egyptians after the greeks?



vvkratosvvvvkratosvv

Rated 3 / 5 stars

wat?

it was fun. enjoyed first 1 better though. there was to much complicated crap



Numer0usNumer0us

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nice eye candy, needs to put the S in RTS though

Strategy if Age of war 2: try to keep your priests behind your melee, and for some dumb reason they can't let the melees overtake them, if there's something attacking your base then use some magic powers.

That's pretty much it. Also, you can win fairly early without any sort of serious upgrading. There's nothing apart from the standard game, no multiplayer or anything, and you upgrade from greek (~600BC) to egyptian (3000BC), going backwards in time by 1000 years.

I'm sure someone will think "omg eyecandy" and rate this "useless", but there's a reason for animations sans interactions.


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